Dream in Green and The Everglades Foundation are proud to present the top five winners of The High School Phosphorus Challenge! Palmer Trinity School has two videos in the running. View the entries at www.evergladesfoundation.org/phosphorus-challenge/
Now, it’s time to vote and support your favorite Palmer Trinity video. One vote per day allowed up until the March 28th deadline.
The videos that receive the most votes will then be selected as the first, second, and third place winners based on the total number of votes and receive prize money. A total of $4,500 will be distributed among the winners of the challenge.
Congratulations to all our students, clubs, and advisors who were honored for their community service in today's convocation. Students with 100 hours or more of community service received the Starfish Award. Recipients of the Be The Light Award volunteered and served 350 hours or more; many of them accumulating over 1000 hours. Their dedication to making the world a better place inspires us all.
On Saturday, March 3rd, the Math Squad and Mathletes participated in a Mathematics competition at Cypress Bay High School in Weston. The Algebra 1 team earned a 5th-place trophy. Congratulations Ismael Alvarez, Dani del Rosal, Eddie del Rosal, and Elena Morin. The Calculus team placed 13th out of 48 teams with only 3 members. Though they did not earn a trophy, this was a strong result for our young team. Congratulations to the Calculus team members A.J. Stoner, Michael Aspinwall, and Louyan Zhang.
During its annual trip to Nicaragua during the recent Winter Break, Palmer Trinity's Service Living Program got some press coverage courtesy of Ramiro Martinez's family. Students and faculty were featured on the local news and in the local newspaper. Below are links to the article and video of the story. Newspaper article Video of News Story
Palmer Trinity Varsity Boys Soccer team defeated Tallahasee Maclay 2-1 in overtime in the Class 1A state championship game at Spec Martin Stadium on the campus of Stetson University. Read more about it here.
The trees of Palmer Trinity — which number well over 1000 — are comprised of 35 plant families, 66 genera, and 76 species. Mr. Roberts, Dr. Llinas, and students in the Eco Club tagged one tree from each species with a plaque. Each plaque included the common name and the scientific name of the tree species.